- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... places request that you do not flush the toilet paper.
The coffee shops in Chile are very interesting places. When you have placed your order you move to your place at a bar (standing) and your coffee is brought to you by a young lady who will stay and have a chat about your day, life or whatever you like - talking only, no touching. The shading on the windows of the shop is directly proportionate to the amount of clothing the ladies wear. There ...
... umbrellas and people vying for their few square inches of space. February is an especially busy time for multigenerational families to come the to coast for summer vacation. We got to do lots of people watching as well as be entertained by the many street buskers. The water in Viņa is very cold (so we're told)--too cold for us, but that did not stop the "surfers." The seafood is great and the Pisco ...
Today was a day consisting of a 40min bus ride north to check out some beaches. We went all the way to the end of the bus line where we got off near Waimea Beach. We walked around the nearby roads in search of the beach front and found it not to far away. Awesome beach, nice area, good vibes and just what we were after. There was a bit of a swell and plenty of surfers out so jarry decided to get in. I sat peacefully on the beach and read up on a ...
... the arena (which is quite a sight, but looked a little bit run down in parts). I also discovered a new way to consume 2,000 calories in one go - Churros con Manjar - a doughnut shaped like a hot dog, stuffed with warm toffee sauce. Mr H opted for the chocolate covered one, sprinkled with 100s and 1000s, which was just as tasty.
We returned on the metro, and were horrified to see on the journey a string of VW Beetles strung up from a set of ...
... still a few hours ahead of the sun, who siestas until around 16:00, so we stop for now known as Middle Eastern Mexican food- a nearly-burrito schwarma with palta from Ali Kebab. Tree line streets guide us to our next pre-playa stop, the Fonck Museum, which has a moai statue originally from Rapa Nui island in its collection. While the museum is more a renovated two-story house and the moai ...